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Justin Trudeau U.N. Speech: Canadian PM Talks Syrian Middle Class, Global Anxiety At New York Assembly [Video]

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau spoke at the 71st United Nations General Assembly in New York City today, where he made references to the “Syrian middle class” as well as politicians who exploit anxiety to forward their own goals, perceived as a jab at U.S. Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump by the Toronto Star. Today’s


Royal Canadian Mint Unaware As Leston Lawrence Allegedly Smuggled $140K Of Gold In Rectum

Leston Lawrence, a 35-year-old former employee with the Royal Canadian Mint in Ottawa, Ontario appeared in court yesterday to face charges of “theft, laundering the proceeds of crime, possession of stolen property and breach of trust,” as reported by the Ottawa Citizen. According to reports, the Royal Canadian Mint was completely unaware that any gold


Canada Post Strike 2016, CUPW: No Action 'Before Tuesday, July 5th'

Although, the membership of the Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) has a mandate to strike beginning July 2. According to the CUPW blog, there will be “no strike action undertaken before Tuesday, July 5th.” One thing is certain about the Canada Post strike, 2016 isn’t the first time the union, described as “militant,” has


Canada's Trans Mountain Pipeline Set To Expand

Canada’s Trans Mountain pipeline, a key component in transporting oil from Alberta to the coast in British Columbia since 1953, is set to double in carrying capacity thanks to a decision from the Canadian government to proceed with a proposed expansion. The pipeline decision was originally scheduled for later in December, but Prime Minister Justin


Canada Post Strike 2016: Mail Delivery Continues As Action Looms, Defined-Contribution Pensions Among Issues

Despite the passing of a July 2 deadline, the earliest date the Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) could legally begin action, mail delivery continues in Canada today and is expected to continue tomorrow. A 2016 Canada Post strike is not yet certain, with CUPW reporting that it has not served a “72-hour notice,” required


Police Report Brutal Beating Of Canadian Muslim Teen As 'A Robbery,' But Family Suspects Noah Rabbani Was The Victim Of A Hate Crime

Salima Hafeez took to Facebook to ask for help in finding the suspects who brutally attacked Salima’s 15-year-old nephew, a Canadian teenager of Pakistani Muslim background. Salima’s nephew Noah Rabbani was reportedly walking home from a friend’s house on Sunday, November 27, 2016, when two white men attacked him, beat him severely with a baseball


Canadians Disappointed in Prime Minister Justin Trudeau

Canadian PM Justin Trudeau has had a rough week. His constituents were angered both by his comments on Fidel Castro early this week, and now by his announcement that the Kinder Morgan pipeline will be expanded. While the handsome, young Liberal Party leader inspired Canada’s Millenials to vote in record numbers, his approval ratings took


Cash May Stop Kevin O'Leary Of 'Shark Tank' From Pursuing Canadian Political Office

For months now, Shark Tank investor and television personality Kevin O’Leary has toyed with the possibility of running for the leadership of one of Canada’s major political parties. As The Inquisitr previously reported, he ruled out a bid for the left-leaning New Democratic Party, leaving the Conservatives, who lost the October, 2015, election to the

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